Windsor Bespoke Timber Manufacturing manufactures timber staircases in a wide range of softwoods and hardwoods. For over 20 years, we have manufactured staircases around the UK in:
- White Primed
We can mix glass stairs and metal stair parts with any timber, so you can design your staircase to your hearts content.
UK Staircase Manufacturer
Windsor Bespoke’s head office is based in Scotland however can manufacture, deliver and install anywhere in the UK. Windsor Bespoke is a manufacturer of unique, sustainable and affordable staircases and can provide you with all of your stair parts.
We are experts in stairs and stair parts and can provide balustrades, newel posts and newel caps, stair spindles, stair treads, stair stringers and glass staircases, as well as curved staircases.
Windsor Bespoke offer high quality and bespoke designs at very competitive prices.
For over 20 years, Windsor Bespoke has been working with the best craftsmen and technology to produce stairs to suit every customer’s design.
TK Stairs have explained the regulations of staircases perfectly. Click here for more information.
Baluster/Spindle – the vertical member, plain or decorative,
that acts as the infill between the handrail and baserail (or
tread if cut string).
Balustrading – the collective name for the complete assembly
of handrails, baserails, newels, spindles and caps.
Bullnose Step – usually at the bottom of the stairs with one or
Closed String – a string with the face housed/trenched to
accommodate treads and risers so their profile cannot be seen.
Continuous Handrail – using straight lengths of handrail
connected to handrail fittings and ramps, the handrail flows over
the tops of newel turnings creating a continuous run of handrail.
Curtail Step – a decorative shaped step at the bottom of the
stairs usually accommodating the volute and volute newel
turning of the Continuous Handrail System.
Cut or Open String – a string with the upper edge cut away
to the shape of the treads and risers so that their profile can be
seen from the side.
Going – the going of a flight of stairs is the horizontal distance
between the face of the first and last risers. The individual
going of a step is measured from face of riser to face of riser
and for domestic use should be a minimum of 220mm.
Newel – accommodates the strings, handrails and treads/risers
Nosing – the edge of the tread projecting beyond the face of
the riser and the face of a cut string.
Pitch – the angle between the pitch line and the horizontal.
Pitch Line – the notional line connecting the nosings of all
treads in a flight of stairs.
Rake – the pitch of the stairs.
Rise – the rise of a flight is the vertical distance between the
floors or landings connected by the flight. The individual rise is
the vertical measurement from top of tread to top of tread.
Riser – the board that forms the face of the step. The
maximum individual rise for domestic flights is 220mm.
Staircase – the entire structure relating to a stair, comprising
steps, treads, risers, strings, balustrading, landings etc.
Stairway/Stairwell – the space/void provided for the stairs.
Step – the tread and riser combined.
String Margin – the distance between the top of the string
and the pitch line measured at 90° to the pitch line.
Tread – the top or horizontal surface of a step.
Wall String – the string of a staircase fixed flush with a wall.
Winders – are radiating steps narrower at one end that are
used to change the direction of a stairs through 90° or 180°.
Contact Windsor Bespoke – UK Staircase Manufacturer
If you require a timber staircase which is unique and manufactured beautifully then get in touch with us today on 0808 196 2640.
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